EEC in the News

Crosscut, February 2021

The Seattle Medium, February 2021

Seattle Times, July 2020

KUOW, January 2020

KUOW, November 2019

Janet Bautista discusses how substances change into different substances during chemical reactions during her 7th-grade science class on Thursday, March 28, 2019, at Asa Mercer Middle School in Seattle.

International Examiner, October 2019

Seattle Magazine, October 2019

International Examiner, September 2019

Real Change, July 2019

South Seattle Emerald, April 2019

Crosscut, February 2019

Kiro 7, July 2018

Seattle Times, August 2018

US News and World Report, October 2017
DeVos fundraising visit draws hundreds of protesters

Reuters, October 2017
Hundreds protest as DeVos calls for change in public education

The Seattle Times, October 2017
Thousands expected to turn out to hear – or protest – Betsy DeVos in Bellevue this week

The Seattle Times, October 2017
Betsy DeVos promotes school choice; protesters say her ideas aren’t welcome in Washington

King 5, October 2017
Protests Planned ahead of Sec. DeVos visit to Washington

Education Week, October 2017
Betsy DeVos Heads to Northwest, faces chilly reception

Q13, October 2017
Critics of Education Secretary DeVos hope to have up to 6,000 protestors turn out to her speech Friday night

Women talking

The Seattle Times, January 2017
‘Stealth Inequalities’: How Washington’s education system hurts poor schools

The Seattle Times, July 2016
Paying for education must go beyond classrooms, advocates say

The Seattle Times, June 2016
Don’t ‘lead with the price’: Calls for vision as well as dollars at Education Lab’s school funding event

Woman laughing

The Seattle Times, March 2016
 New law means shorter expulsions, more schooling for disciplined students

The Seattle Times, June 2014
Putting money where your mouth is: McCleary will force hard truths

The Seattle Times, June 2016
Backlash after schools chief Randy Dorn asks Latino student, ‘Are you legal?’

Govenor Jay Inslee’s News and Media, March 2016
Inslee signs bills to continue expansion of educational opportunities for all children 

The Stranger, November 2015
Forty-Seven Community Leaders Urge the Feds to Allow Seattle to Enact Long-Delayed Police Accountability Reforms